Both sides rest in Josh Duggar child pornography trial

Josh Duggar, 33, is charged with receiving and possessing child pornography and faces up to 20 years in prison on each count if convicted.
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B.C. health officials to provide first live COVID update after shift in strategy
Sixty-three more people were admitted to hospitals over the weekend but in some good news, the number of people in intensive care dropped by one to 129.
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Doug Ford says Ontario close to child-care deal; province is last to strike an agreement
Ontario Premier Doug Ford says the province is "very, very close" to a child-care deal with the federal government.
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Biscuits Leclerc to take over Brockville’s Proctor & Gamble facility
Biscuits Leclerc Ltée will be coming to Brockville, as the leading Canadian food manufacturer has announced it has purchased the former Proctor & Gamble factory. 
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Canada’s 1st confirmed COVID case was reported in Toronto 2 years ago today
“Ontarians can rest assured that the province’s integrated health-care system today is far more prepared to respond to any potential health risks than in the past,” Elliott said.
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Trucks pass through Regina as ‘freedom convoy’ continues towards Ottawa
Hundreds of trucks that are part of a convoy opposing the federal government's recently imposed vaccine mandate on truckers passed through Regina on Monday night.
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COVID-19 outbreaks grow in number at Okanagan care homes with less severe effects
'We don't want to restrict visitors, restrict social interactions, isolate seniors when the disease is really very mild for those that are vaccinated.'
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Ontario launches new Crown agency to promote skilled trades services
Skilled Trades Ontario replaces the Ontario College of Trades and will be used to promote the trades and develop training standards.
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Stolen vehicle seized in Armstrong, arrest made
"During a search incidental to arrest, police located a knife and suspected drugs and drug paraphernalia in the man’s possession," RCMP said.
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Seniors in Vancouver’s Chinatown are battling poverty and racism to put food on the table
How a community program is knocking down barriers and feeding seniors The post Seniors in Vancouver’s Chinatown are battling poverty and racism to put food on the table appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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London, Ont. mayor shares local entertainment plan: ‘Let the music play’
Tuesday marked Mayor Ed Holder's fourth and final State of the City address in his current term in office before the municipal election arrives on Oct. 24.
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Regina woman charged in connection with weekend robbery
Regina police charged a 39-year-old woman in connection with a weekend business robbery.
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Latest federal housing announcement targets 3 projects in Hamilton’s lower city
Minister of Housing Ahmed Hussen says the largest of the projects, getting $16 million in funding, will be operated by the Good Shepherd on Arkledun Avenue.
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Been outside yet? It could feel like -33 C in Toronto on Tuesday
Environment Canada says “bitterly cold arctic air” has once again settled over the region, bringing temperatures that could hit -27 C, feeling like -33 C with the wind chill.
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Cost of cleaning up orphaned oil and gas wells in Alberta, Saskatchewan to reach $1B by 2025
In a report released Tuesday morning, parliamentary budget officer Yves Giroux says the price tag will reach more than $1 billion by 2025.
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Neil Young wants his music scrubbed from Spotify because of vaccine misinformation on the platform
Neil Young, an outspoken advocate for COVID-19 safety and prevention, doesn't want his music to share a home with vaccine misinformation.
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Christopher Labos: Next, preventing the emergence of new variants
Getting vaccine doses to countries were access is limited is key. Canada is not doing particularly well in that regard.
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Verdun parking restrictions leave teachers scrambling for available spaces
Teachers at Riverview elementary school are left circling for 45 minutes only to find parking several blocks away.
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‘Ontario is closed for business:’ Concert, theatre organizers face new COVID hurdles
Benjamin says the province's constantly changing rules seem to have no clear science behind them and she fears it sends the message that ``Ontario is closed for business.''
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Ontario’s school principals reach tentative employment deal
The government has reached a tentative employment agreement with Ontario’s 8,000 school principals and vice-principals, whose last settlement expired a year and a half ago, just months into the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Quebec records 85 new COVID-19 deaths as hospitalizations drop
Premier François Legault is set to give an update on the ongoing health crisis Tuesday afternoon.
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